Green Tea, Blueberries, and Bra Sizes
Posted On May 15, 2017
You’re just a few short tips away from a healthier lifestyle.
Green tea can help beat bad breath. According to a study from Israel’s Institute of Technology, it was found that antioxidants in green tea, called polyphenols, destroy a number of compounds in the mouth that can lead to bad breath, tooth decay, and even mouth cancer.
Blueberries for the win! Many nutritionists recommend that we remain cautious of our fruit intake as sweet fruit is loaded with sugar. “Fructose effectively stores as fat and glucose that can negatively affect blood sugar regulation,” says nutritionist Kelly LeVeque. However, despite any debate about how much fructose a person should consume, the majority of nutritionists agree that blueberries are one of the top nutrient powerhouses; helping with cardiovascular and brain health, exercise recovery, and weight loss.
Science has confirmed what moms have been saying for years: Living with children means less sleep for women — but not for men. In a recent study presented at the annual American Academy of Neurology meeting researchers found that, among women age 45 and younger, having children in the home was the only factor that seemed to affect quality of sleep. Even exercise frequency and marital status didn’t have an effect like the presence of kids. The most interesting (and perhaps validating) part of this research? Men age 45 and younger reported that having children in the home had no effect on their quality of sleep and daytime exhaustion levels.
80 – The percentage of women who wear the wrong bra size.